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    Is this really right?

    I apologize for my incredulity, but I've been reading these all morning, and they usually say, "do ONE of the following," "do TWO of the following," or "do ALL of the following." The roller skating section states: "do the following," "do the following," "do the following," over and over, which seems redundant, and it makes for an awful lot of requirements. Maybe that's right. I'm only suspicious because it seems inconsistent with the format of other merit badge requirements. Thanks for the clarification and the reassurance. -Howarthe 14:04, July 22, 2013 (EDT)

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